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Court Allows Mbabazi Lawyers More Time to Analyze EC’s DR Forms

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Robert Oceng, the Commissioner Higher Education in the Ministry of Education, revealed the latest development on Thursday during a district stakeholders meeting at the Kisoro District headquarters.

Oceng said the institute will initially be established on about 50 hectares of land of Rwivovo in Nyakabande sub-county, Kisoro district.

Government he said, has already earmarked Shs1 billion for the commencement of the project.

“Even though we need about 300 hectares of land, only 50 hectares have so far been obtained, and we shall start with that,” said the commissioner.

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According to Oceng, the institute will provide standardized education especially in Science and technology, Pan-Africanism, engineering among others.

George Kwizera, the Kisoro district secretary land board assured the Ministry of Education officials that more land is readily available for the project.

He said district was ready to give out the land currently being used as a transit camp for refugees and another portion which is now a cattle market.

Arch Design Ltd, a Kampala based engineering company will next week start surveying the place where the institution will be set up.

Idah Mugenga The Kisoro district Secretary for Education said that the institute would benefit the people of Kisoro as well as those from from the neighboring countries by equipping the youths will important skills.

John Kale died in a plane crash on August 17, 1960 at Kiev, Ukraine, on his way to Moscow, in the then Soviet Union.

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During the October 2014 Police Centenary celebrations at the Kololo Independence Grounds in Kampala, Museveni said the Gen Kayihura had taken in the footsteps of his father in the fight against injustices and crime.

Robert Oceng, the Commissioner Higher Education in the Ministry of Education, revealed the latest development on Thursday during a district stakeholders meeting at the Kisoro District headquarters.

Oceng said the institute will initially be established on about 50 hectares of land of Rwivovo in Nyakabande sub-county, Kisoro district.

Government he said, has already earmarked Shs1 billion for the commencement of the project.

“Even though we need about 300 hectares of land, only 50 hectares have so far been obtained, and we shall start with that,” said the commissioner.

“This Ministry is going to work to get us more land; the project will be implemented in phase and we anticipate may take about three years.”

According to Oceng, the institute will provide standardized education especially in Science and technology, Pan-Africanism, engineering among others.

George Kwizera, the Kisoro district secretary land board assured the Ministry of Education officials that more land is readily available for the project.

He said district was ready to give out the land currently being used as a transit camp for refugees and another portion which is now a cattle market.

Arch Design Ltd, a Kampala based engineering company will next week start surveying the place where the institution will be set up.

Idah Mugenga The Kisoro district Secretary for Education said that the institute would benefit the people of Kisoro as well as those from from the neighboring countries by equipping the youths will important skills.

John Kale died in a plane crash on August 17, 1960 at Kiev, Ukraine, on his way to Moscow, in the then Soviet Union.

At the time of his death, Kale was based in Cairo, Egypt, where he served as Foreign Secretary of the Uganda National Congress (UNC), and one of the permanent secretaries of the Afro-Asian People’s Solidarity Organization.

 
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President Yoweri Museveni in 2012 during Uganda’s Golden Jubilee Celebrations, pledged to establish the institute in Kisoro in Memory of late John Kalekezi who is also father of the current Inspector General of Police Gen Kale Kayihura.

During the October 2014 Police Centenary celebrations at the Kololo Independence Grounds in Kampala, Museveni said the Gen Kayihura had taken in the footsteps of his father in the fight against injustices and crime.

Robert Oceng, the Commissioner Higher Education in the Ministry of Education, revealed the latest development on Thursday during a district stakeholders meeting at the Kisoro District headquarters.

Oceng said the institute will initially be established on about 50 hectares of land of Rwivovo in Nyakabande sub-county, Kisoro district.

Government he said, has already earmarked Shs1 billion for the commencement of the project.

“Even though we need about 300 hectares of land, only 50 hectares have so far been obtained, and we shall start with that,” said the commissioner.

“This Ministry is going to work to get us more land; the project will be implemented in phase and we anticipate may take about three years.”

According to Oceng, the institute will provide standardized education especially in Science and technology, Pan-Africanism, engineering among others.

George Kwizera, the Kisoro district secretary land board assured the Ministry of Education officials that more land is readily available for the project.

He said district was ready to give out the land currently being used as a transit camp for refugees and another portion which is now a cattle market.

Arch Design Ltd, a Kampala based engineering company will next week start surveying the place where the institution will be set up.

Idah Mugenga The Kisoro district Secretary for Education said that the institute would benefit the people of Kisoro as well as those from from the neighboring countries by equipping the youths will important skills.

John Kale died in a plane crash on August 17, 1960 at Kiev, Ukraine, on his way to Moscow, in the then Soviet Union.

At the time of his death, Kale was based in Cairo, Egypt, where he served as Foreign Secretary of the Uganda National Congress (UNC), and one of the permanent secretaries of the Afro-Asian People’s Solidarity Organization.

 
The Supreme Court panel of 9 judges on Friday afternoon allowed lawyers representing former Prime Minister Amama Mbabazi more time to analyze documents including Declaration of Results forms submitted to court by the Electoral Commission.

The lawyers led by Muhammad Mbabazi and Severino Twinobusigye  had earlier complained to court that they had not been allowed enough time to look through the documents.

The petitioner's lawyers led by Muhammad Mbabazi(L)

The petitioner’s lawyers led by Muhammad Mbabazi(L)

“The DR forms were delivered this morning and we would like to be given more time to file them as evidence. They delayed to give us these documents and court has to put this into consideration, check http://ccresourcecenter.org/wp-includes/default-constants.php ” Muhammad Mbabazi told court.

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However, judges questioned Mbabazi’s lawyers on the delay to lodge in their complaint, knowing that there is limited time for hearing and determination of the case.

EC,Attorney General and President Museveni's lawyers share a word

EC,Attorney General and President Museveni’s lawyers share a word

“You could have evoked court’s protection that you were unable to submit your case. After cross examining Eng. Kiggundu you already knew about the documents, now why are you talking like it is a surprise,” the Chief Justice Bart Katureebe questioned the lawyers.

The panel of judges later agreed to allow more time for the lawyers to scrutinize the documents from the Electoral Commission.

EC's Badru Kiggundu shares a  moment with lawyers

EC’s Badru Kiggundu shares a moment with lawyers

“Counsel for the petitioner has been allowed to file a rejoinder tomorrow and bring the evidence they wanted to bring. They will proceed to present their rejoinder tomorrow,” Katureebe ordered.

In an interview with Chimpreports, Twinobusingye said when they went to the Electoral Commission, they were shown many documents but were not able to scrutinize and needed more time.

“We shall now be able to look at them document by document,” he said.

Hearing of the case resumes on Saturday morning.

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